March 2012 Australian Facebook report - FULL REPORT HERE: http://theonlinecircle.com/facebook-report
 

March 2012 Australian Facebook report - FULL REPORT HERE: http://theonlinecircle.com/facebook-report

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This report takes a look at the top performing companies across 12 industries in Australia. See which industries are utilising Facebook best, which brands have the highest engagement rate and who the top performing Australian based companies are on Facebook in March.

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March 2012 Australian Facebook report - FULL REPORT HERE: http://theonlinecircle.com/facebook-report March 2012 Australian Facebook report - FULL REPORT HERE: http://theonlinecircle.com/facebook-report Presentation Transcript

  • Australian Facebook Performance Report [ March 2012
  • [ The Authors Australian Facebook Performance Report March 2012 #fbreport // research@theonlinecircle.com // www.theonlinecircle.com [  Alan Long is the General Manager of Online [ Lucio Ribeiro is the Digital strategist at Circle’s Social Media Analysis and Insight Online Circle. His elite marketing skills were honed business - Online 1984. He heads a team of early in his career. He was one of Brazil’s youngest analysts and developers to deliver clients with and most celebrated advertising professionals behavioural insights based on observed activity. during the 1990’s. With an extensive media career Alan is one With more than 15 years marketing experience, of the most respected authorities on Internet Lucio Ribeiro has worked for many of the communication in Australia. world’s most prestigious advertising agencies including: McCann-Erickson, Ammiratis Puris Lintas, Lowe, MRM and Ogilvy Brazil. His clientele Formerly Research Director for Experian Hitwise has included prominent organisations such Asia Pacific, he has spent more than 18 years as GM, Unilever, Nestle, Cadbury, Kraft Foods, working in the Digital Marketing arena as Mercedes-Benz, Australian Paper and Microsoft. a publisher, strategist and senior analyst, for companies such as TextMedia, BMC Media Lucio is very active in the social media industry. and Sensis. His credentials are highly regarded having won him many rankings and awards. In 2011 Lucio Working with some of the world’s major brands spoke at over 15 events in Australia, with globally, he has developed a unique appreciation a combined audience of over 300,000 people of the crucial role that expert analysis plays having listened to his ideas about Digital Marketing in maximising the effective online presence and for large brands. enhancing the continuous brand dialogue with customers, stakeholders and the media. Lucio’s opinions and views are sought by Australian media outlets such as The Age, @alanlong Herald Sun, Fox News, Anthill Magazine, MX newspaper and others. In 2012 he was a jury member for the 2012 AME Awards (part of New York festival). Lucio has been based in Melbourne for the 2 last 7 years. @lucio_ribeiro [ The Authors
  • [ Table of Contents Australian Facebook Performance Report March 2012 #fbreport // research@theonlinecircle.com // www.theonlinecircle.com Introduction 4-5 Automotive 6 -7 Banking & Financial 8-9 Energy & Utilities 10 - 11 Telecommunications 12 - 13 Pharmaceuticals 14 - 15 Travel - Airlines 16 - 17 Travel - Accommodation 18 - 19 Retail - Department Stores 20 - 21 Retail - Fashion 22 - 23 Retail - Grocery & Liquor 24 - 25 FMCG - Beverages 26 - 27 FMCG - Snackfoods 28 - 29 Facebook Tips for Champions 30 - 31 Methodology 32 - 33 About Us 34 3 [ Table of Contents
  • [ Introduction Australian Facebook Performance Report March 2012 #fbreport // research@theonlinecircle.com // www.theonlinecircle.com [ The Australian Facebook Performance Report for March 2012 reaffirms the understandings gained from the January report. In that report we highlighted the tactics and strategies used by some of the country’s most successful branded Facebook pages. Key among them was Facebook No. of Engagement Advertising, that is experiencing enormous growth Rank Industry Ave. Fans Fan Growth % Growth Engagements Rate in popularity globally, the use of promotions and competitions to maintain engagement Jan-12 Mar-12 and build fan volume and the involvement 1 1 FMCG - Snackfoods 2,699,775 303,791 11.9% 91,700 3.4% of fans in developing the content with authentic 2 2 Retail - Fashion 2,553,288 140,814 5.7% 71,365 2.8% and open conversation. 3 3 FMCG - Beverages 1,986,256 146,644 7.6% 44,083 2.2% 4 4 Department Stores 978,079 69,605 7.5% 26,751 2.7% The ranking for March 2012 was steady amongst 5 5 Automotive 896,914 48,033 13.0% 36,346 4.1% the five leading industries with FMCG Snackfoods 6 8 Retail - Grocery & Alcohol 711,761 53,018 7.7% 31,004 4.4% having the highest volume of growth with over 7 6 Travel - Airlines 553,682 26,993 5.0% 12,194 2.2% 300,000 new fans (‘likes’) over the four weeks 8 7 Telecommunications 444,053 36,935 8.7% 14,224 3.2% of March. 9 10 Banking & Financial 278,737 15,243 5.7% 8,201 2.9% Retail oriented industries take up five of the 10 9 Travel - Accommodation 258,950 49,492 20.9% 15,825 6.1% top six positions, with Retail – Grocery & Alcohol 11 11 Pharmaceutical 149,229 19,990 14.5% 7,833 5.2% being the big mover from the previous report 12 12 Energy & Utilities 44,542 1,516 3.5% 790 1.8% thanks to the addition of brands such as 7-Eleven Fans (Ave): Average number of Fans based on five intervals of one week, 28 Feb, 6, 13, 20 and 27 March at 12 midday. and Baker’s Delight to the analysis. This coincided PPl Talking About (Ave): Average of the seven day figures taken at midday on March 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2012. with the demise of Air Australia / Strategic Airlines Fan Growth: 27 March compared to 28 Feb. 2012 % Fan Growth: Relative % increase comparing no of Fans on 27 March compared to 28 February 2012. in mid-February, causing Travel – Airlines to move Engagement rate: The People Talking About (Ave) represented as an percentage of total Fans (Ave). down to seventh position. Share of Engagement: Brands share of total Ppl Talking About for four week period (based on gross numbers, not averages.) Any Brands shaded grey fall below the level of statistical confidence (of engagement rate) and have not been included in the industry average calculations. 4 [ Introduction